|Laid down||27 February 1942|
|Launched||27 June 1942|
|Commissioned||31 July 1942|
|Decommissioned||March 1946, Portland, Oregon|
|Renamed||USS Antigo (PC-470), 15 January 1956|
|Stricken||1 July 1960|
|Class and type||PC-461-class submarine chaser|
|Length||173 ft (53 m)|
While in the Philippines during World War II, the ship was holed by a Japanese 75-millimeter (3.0 in) shell at Leyte, but was repaired. PC-470 earned two battle stars for her World War II service.
PC-470 was decommissioned in March 1946 at Portland, Oregon, and laid up in the Pacific Reserve Fleet in the Columbia River. On 15 January 1956, while in reserve, the ship was renamed Antigo (PC-470), but never saw any active service under that name. Antigo was struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 1 July 1960. Her ultimate fate is not recorded in secondary sources.